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The change of seasons is here, and with football season and pumpkin spice flavored everything, there comes diminishing daylight hours.
With reduced daylight hours, there's a good chance that construction activity is happening in low-light conditions that your construction camera may not be designed for. Dark, blurry, or just plain bad photos can be a sign that condiitions are too dark for your camera.
It's conditions like these where low light construction cameras come into play.
Low light construction cameras have all the features of traditional construction cameras, but include additional technologies that enable them to document projects with incredible clarity even in low light conditions, providing construction teams with timely photo and time-lapse movie updates regardless of how much or little light there may be at the job site.
Features such as ultra light-sensitive and infrared sensors help low light construction cameras excel in dim job site conditions by making maximum use of whatever light is available, including naturally occurring and artificial infrared light.
This ability to sense and utilize a wider spectrum of light provides users with access to higher quality photos and videos of their projects under even the most challenging lighting conditions, thus helping to keep teams updated and projects on schedule throughout the darker months of the year.
iBEAM’s newest, most powerful and feature-rich construction camera — the iBEAM Fixed 4K Premier — boasts an industry-leading 4/3” sensor, Canon optics, and infrared sensors/illuminators, which allow it to deliver true color in almost full darkness, resulting in crisp live video and detail-rich time-lapse photos even with minimal light.
Paired with a 90° wide-angle lens with fish-eye correction, our iBEAM Fixed 4K Premier is an ideal remote monitoring solution for those cold, dark winter days ahead.
Even better, the iBEAM Fixed 4K Premier is available as a purchase, a short-term rental, or long-term rental, making it ideal for construction projects of all shapes and sizes.
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With days getting shorter, now is the time to find and test a camera solution that will be able to perform on the cold, dark days ahead.
Connect with an iBEAM Camera Specialist today for help answering any questions you may have about the iBEAM Fixed 4K Premier low light construction camera solution or to request a free personalized quote for your next project. They can even help with a live demo so you can experience the power of an iBEAM Construction Camera first-hand!
With over 20 years of experience helping construction projects of all sizes with their time-lapse and live-streaming construction camera needs, iBEAM is here to help your next project succeed.
Until next time, keep what’s really important in focus.
Doing the right thing, for every client, every time.